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    Best 3 Shovels: Review


    When you have a garden of your own, a shovel is a must in your arsenal. There are many shovel designs and models, be it costly or lightweight, etc., and you might not know which to choose. Below are the 3 best of products available on the market.


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    1. Fiskars Long-Handle Round-Point Steel Digging Shovel





    This 57.5-inch long shovel, for which the length includes both the blade and the shaft, can be a cinch in easing the strain on your back after a session of digging for planting and maintaining your garden.


    The color of the shovel is blackish from top to bottom, giving it a look of elegance and coolness. It also shares a similar color with, dirt so there will be less noticeable marks after digging.


    Both blade and shaft are made from the same material: hardened steel. This gives the tool great durability and ensures that it does not break easily, like other models with wooden shafts. The blade tip is also sharpened, giving you the ability to cut apart tough ground and hard clods of dirt like they’re tofu. However, the trade-off is that the shovel is quite heavy and the blade will get chipped after using it several times.


    Unexpectedly, the price for one shovel is fairly cheap – around 30$ or less – and it is always available with a lifetime warranty.


    2. Bond LH015 Mini D Handle Shovel


    If you prefer a smaller-sized shovel, then the Bond LH015 Mini D Handle Shovel might be the one you are looking for. It has a compact size, making it very easy to store away when you are done with work.


    The shovel has a D-shaped grip that is soft and comfortable, while being lightweight on top of that, giving you an easier time during work. However, due to its small size, you have to work your back and bend down frequently, making it only suitable for light tasks that only need doing every now and then.


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    3. Ames True Temper 1564400 Wood Handle Shovel





    Although this shovel is similar in size to the Bond Mini D Handle Shovel, the Ames True Temper 1564400 has unexpectedly strong power, allowing it to handle heavy tasks with ease.


    The shovel's blade is made from tempered steel, which is very durable and hard, making it great for cutting through tough soil. The blade is also wide in size compared to other models, allowing you to save time by holding more quantities of dirt with each dig.


    The shaft is made from hardened wood, but although it is unlikely to break, it cannot compare to the Fisker’s shaft, which is made from steel, in term of hardness. However, the Ames is much lighter, making it suitable for people with no great strength.


    Similar to the Bond LH015, the Ames is quite short, so you might have to bend down a lot while you are working.


    Conclusion


    Each shovel has its own advantages and drawbacks. They can be short in exchange for being lighter or vice versa. There are also other models that are not mentioned here; you can check them out on other TOP product evaluated on TheKingLive.com. Or you can also search for them on the Amazon website – this way you can also check through the Amazon review pages from customers who have bought the item for more detail and information about the shovel you wish to purchase.
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    We have Bernell that we use. https://www.bernell.com/

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    Where is all this spam coming from? Shovels??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elvis Is Alive View Post
    Where is all this spam coming from? Shovels??
    Well, now hang on a minute. They might be on to something. I was just telling our doctor that we needed some shovels for our patients to use in their vision therapy sessions.......

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    Some would say VT practices shovel a lot of...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elvis Is Alive View Post
    Where is all this spam coming from?
    Cincinnati.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Fester View Post
    Cincinnati.
    I am a fan of Skyline "Cincinnati style" chili. Also, another area specialty Goetta, is pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elvis Is Alive View Post
    Where is all this spam coming from? Shovels??
    Nawanshahr, Punjab, India. I deleted and banned the spammers.


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